Happy 20th Anniversary @SCKMidtown!

OK, it’s time to toot our own horn for a minute. South City Kitchen Midtown is one of the city’s culinary treasures. Period.

It introduced Atlanta and the Southeast to a modern twist on Southern food when it opened 20 years ago in 1993. In fact, The New York Times proclaimed “If this is the direction Southern cooking is taking, it’s on the right track.”

As Midtown’s cornerstone restaurant, it has served over 2 million people and played an integral part in reviving not only Crescent Avenue, but the surround neighborhood, as well.

It is the go-to destination for locals who want to show their non-Southern relatives and friends just how delicious our cooking can be.

Celebrities, world-renowned politicians, professional athletes, and award-winning musicians have all passed through its doors to experience a taste of Atlanta.

It has provided a solid livelihood to hundreds of employees, including some of the city’s best chefs like Jay Swift (4th and Swift), Todd Mussman (Muss & Turner) and Ted Lahey (Table & Main).

And, most importantly, we couldn’t have done this without you, our loyal guests. As a sign of appreciation, post your favorite #sckm20 picture, memory or story on Twitter and you’ll be entered to win 20 $20 Fifth Group Restaurant dining cards! We’l draw the winner on May 31.

We’d also like to invite you to stop by for lunch, brunch or dinner and ask the manager if you can submit yourself on video wishing the restaurant a happy anniversary. We’ll film you and post it to our social media channels. It’s time to show your love for SCKM!

There are few Atlanta restaurants that have the staying power of South City Kitchen Midtown. We’re very proud of what we’ve accomplished there and we look forward to the next 20 years. Thank you everyone for your continued support and business—we love you!


About Fifth Group Restaurants

Fifth Group Restaurants owns and operates Atlanta favorites, South City Kitchen Midtown, South City Kitchen Vinings, La Tavola, Ecco, El Taco, Alma Cocina, Lure and Bold American Events.
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